Written: 30th September 2019
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European Fixture Predictor Week 2
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Real Madrid Vs Club Brugge - Tuesday 1st October (17:55)
This is without a doubt a must-win game for Real Madrid, an unbeaten start in La Liga would mean nothing if they followed up their abysmal performance against PSG with another failure here. Brugge will be content with their draw against Galatasaray and will be hoping for more of the same here. Madrid have been average this campaign and I think that word will sum up their performance here.
Galatasaray Vs PSG - Tuesday 1st October (20:00)
PSG picked up a vital win last time round which eases the pressure here, meanwhile, Galatasaray will be hoping to pick up a shock result. However, the fact that PSG haven’t conceded in their last three away games may signal their chances aren’t the best.
Red Star Belgrade Vs Olympiacos - Tuesday 1st October (20:00)
I thought Olympiacos looked fantastic against Spurs after coming back from 2-0 down to draw and this should have given them a major confidence boost after defying the online betting odds. However, this scoreline could literally be anything, Belgrade are good at home, however, I think Olympiacos will nullify that home advantage.
Tottenham Hotspur Vs Bayern Munich - Tuesday 1st October (20:00)
Rumours off the field have us concerned regarding the atmosphere in the Tottenham Hotspur camp. They’ve done well at home this season but if Bayern turn up, they could rip Spurs to shreds here. I think both will play well and a score draw will be the most likely bet.
Atalanta Vs Shakhtar Donetsk - Tuesday 1st October (17:55)
We’re not entirely sure how Atalanta ended up on the receiving end of a 4-0 drubbing from Dinamo Zagreb but they must improve here. They are unbeaten since that defeat but face a different challenge here against a Shakhtar side who will look to improve after an average performance at home to Manchester City last time out.
Manchester City Vs Dinamo Zagreb - Tuesday 1st October (20:00)
I think Pep Guardiola might rest a few players here. Zagreb shocked Atalanta last time out but realistically City should pick up a comfortable victory over the Croatian side even if they play some of their younger players.
Juventus Vs Bayer Leverkusen - Tuesday 1st October (20:00)
Despite losing a 2-0 lead, Juventus’ draw in Madrid was very good for them and makes them favourites to win the group in my opinion. Leverkusen dominated their game but ended up losing at home to Lokomotiv Moscow, we can see it being 2 losses from 2 for the Germans.
Lokomotiv Moscow Vs Atletico Madrid - Tuesday 1st October (20:00)
Moscow pulled off an impressive victory against Leverkusen and if they could avoid defeat here, they’ll have a very good chance of securing at least a Europa League place. Madrid will feel they need a victory after only drawing with Juventus on their home turf.
KRC Genk Vs Napoli - Wednesday 2nd October (17:55)
Genk were absolutely destroyed by RB Salzburg and Napoli picked up a confident victory over Champions League holders - Liverpool, this should be an easy win for the Italians.
Liverpool Vs Red Bull Salzburg - Wednesday 2nd October (20:00)
Jurgen Klopp may rest some of his better players here but I’d still expect Liverpool to bounce back from their disappointing loss in Naples. However, Salzburg are a much better side than they’re given credit for. We don’t expect Klopp to underestimate the Austrian side but it’ll be a closer game than this score will suggest.
**Slavia Prague Vs Borussia Dortmund - Wednesday 2nd October (17:55)
Both these sides picked up decent draws in their last fixtures. Prague should have won in Milan but Dortmund outplayed Barcelona. I think this will be a tight game, edged by the Germans.
Barcelona Vs Inter Milan – Wednesday 2nd October (20:00)
Barcelona will be happy with their draw away to Dortmund as they know that it’s arguably their toughest group game. However, Inter were very disappointing against Prague. Without Messi, teams will always have a chance against the Spanish side but we think it’ll be another disappointing afternoon for the Italian’s here.
**RB Leipzig Vs Lyon – Wednesday 2nd October (20:00)
Leipzig were impressive against Benfica meanwhile, Lyon couldn’t crave Zenit open from open play and picked up a lacklustre draw. I don’t think Leipzig will make it two wins from two here but honestly, with the way both sides are in Europe, this scoreline could be anything.
Zenit Vs Benfica – Wednesday 2nd October (20:00)
Zenit’s draw against Lyon was great for them but they need to back it up here in what should be an interesting tie. Benfica also need the points even at this early stage. So I expect both sides to play with a bit more caution here.
Lille Vs Chelsea – Wednesday 2nd October (20:00)
Both these sides were fairly poor in their opening games. As Ajax and Valencia ran out winners to nil. This game should have goals, however, considering this is now a must-win for Chelsea, we think we might see a more conservative side to Frank Lampard’s Chelsea.
Valencia Vs Ajax – Wednesday 2nd October (20:00)
We predict that Ajax will make the quarter-finals of the Champions League this season but we think if they can avoid defeat here. They have a fantastic chance of winning group H. Leaving Valencia and Chelsea to fight out for 2nd place. (Sorry Lille fans) We also think Ajax will manage exactly that.
As per usual, we have found the five fixtures that have appealed to us the most in the Europa League, a number of reasons go into our decisions and we won’t just be focusing on the biggest teams in the competition. However, we are going to start off with one of the biggest games first as we look at Wolves’ trip to Turkey.
Besiktas Vs Wolves – Thursday 3rd October (17:55)
Wolves picked up their first Premier League win at the weekend, so I’d expect to see a different side to the one that lost to Braga. However, Besiktas also lost 4-2 to Slovan Bratislava in the first round of fixtures. So literally anything could happen here.
Feyenoord Vs FC Porto – Thursday 3rd October (17:55)
Feyenoord will be disappointed with their first match defeat to Rangers. Meanwhile, Porto dispatched of their opponents Young Boys. The Dutch side can’t afford to lose and Porto won’t mind a draw here. So I think that’s exactly what we’ll see.
CSKA Moscow Vs Espanyol – Thursday 3rd October (17:55)
After the first round of fixtures, you’d think Ludogorets Vs Ferencvarosi TC is the big tie from this group. Both these sides were absolutely dreadful in their first games and both need to bounce back here, which makes this a very interesting fixture. Moscow were hammered 5-1 but at home, I expect a comeback.
Saint-Etienne Vs Wolfsburg – Thursday 3rd October (17:55)
The French side need something here after their poor result against Gent. Meanwhile, Wolfsburg, can relax and play for a draw if need-be. Times like this where the better side doesn’t need the win, they often get it.
Wolfsburger Vs Roma – Thursday 3rd October (17:55)
I’m fully aware that it's highly likely that I’m the only person outside of Austria and Rome who is interested in this game. The team otherwise known as “RZ Pellets WAC” absolutely destroyed Borussia Monchengladbach last time out and Roma picked up a comfortable victory against Istanbul Basaksehir. I don’t think they can but it’ll be interesting to see if Wolfsburger can trouble the Italians.
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